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ART COLLECTION 

OF 

HENRY T. CHAPMAN, Jr 



CATALOGUE 



THE ART COLLECTION 



FORMED BY 



Mr. Henry T. Chapman, Jr 



OF r.ROOKLYN 



TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, WITHOUT RESERVE 

AT CHICKERING HALL 

Fifth Avenue and Eighteenth Street 
ON 

Fridayand Saturday Evenings, April 13TH and 14TH 

BEGINNING PROMPTLY AT 8 O'CLOCK 



concluding 
Monday Evening, April i6th 

AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES 

Madison Square, South 

WHERE THE COLLECTION WILL BE ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION, DAY AND 

EVENING (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED), FROM THURSDAY, APRIL 5TH 

UNTIL DATE OF SALE INCLUSIVE 

THOMAS E. KIRBY, AUCTIONEER 

AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, - - MANAGERS 
New York, i888 



CONDITIONS OF SALE. 

1. The highest Bidder to be the Buyer, and if any dispute arise be- 
tween two or more .Bidders, the Lot so in dispute shall be immediately 
put up again and re-sold. 

2. The Purchasers to give their names and addresses, and to pay down 
a cash deposit, or the whole of the Purchase-money, // required, in default 
of which the Lot or Lots so purchased to be immediately put up again 
and re-sold. 

3. The Lots to be taken away at the Buyer's Expense and Risk upon 
the conclusion of the Sale, and the remainder of the Purchase-money to 
be absolutely paid, or otherwise settled for to the satisfaction of the 
Auctioneer, on or before delivery ; in default of which the undersigned 
will not hold themselves responsible if the Lots be lost, stolen, damaged, 
or destroyed, but they will be left at the sole risk of the Purchaser. 

4. The sale of any Article is not to />e set aside on account of any error in 
the description, or imperfection. All articles are exposed for Public Exhi- 
bition one or more davs, and are sold just as they are without recourse. 

5. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery and inconvenience in the set- 
tlement of the Purchases, no Lot can, on any account, be removed during 
the Sale. 

6. Upon failure to comply with the above conditions, the money de- 
posited in part payment shall be forfeited : all Lots uncleared within 
three days from conclusion of Sale shall be re-sold by public or private 
Sale, without further notice, and the deficiency (if any) attending such 
re-sale shall be made good by the defaulter at this Sale, together with 
all charges attending the same. This Condition is without prejudice 
to the right of the Auctioneer to enforce the contract made at this 
Sale, without such re-sale, if he thinks fit. 

THOS. E. KIRBY, Auctioneer. 



Press of J. J Little & Co., Astor Place,*Nc%v York. 



ARTISTS REPRESENTED. 



ANTIGNA, 86. 
ARMFIELD, 2, 
AURELU,i83. 



196 



BARGUE. 51. 
BAUM GARTNER, 50. 
BEUASSIT, 91. 
BENNET. 178. 
BERCHfeRE, 52,85. 
BERTIN\ 109. 
BERNHARDT, SARAH, 
BLAKELOCK, 53. 
BOGERT, 24, 82, 197. 
BOILLY, 172. 
BONHEUR. ROSA, 204. 
BOMPAZZI, 190. 
BOUGHTON, 83, 177. 
BRAITH. 54. 
BROWN, J. L.,25, 84. 
BUNCE, 194. 

CAILLE. 26. 
CAPEL, 176. 
CASANOVA. 27, 55, 205. 
CHAPLIN, 59, no, 184. 
CH^ROT, 87. 
CICERI, 173. 
COESSIN,58. 
COL. 57- 

COLMAN. SAM'L, i. 
CORRELLL 206. 
COROT, 56, 106. 
COURBET. 49. 60, 107, 148. 
CREIFELDS. 48. 108, 189. 



DAMOYE, 61. 
DARLEY, 210. 
DAUBIGNY, C. 
DAUXEY. 62. 
DECAMPS, 63, III. 
DECKER, J.. 46. 
DELACROIX, 113. 
DEL.AROCHE, 64, 65. 
DESBOUTIN, 3. 
DIAZ. 30, 66, 67, 77, 103, 

144, 163, 169. 
DUPRE, J., 115,136, 149, 
»DUPRE, v., loi. 
DUPRAY, 100. 



47, 90, 104, 105. 



[2, 114, 130, 131, 



EPP, 102, 198. 

FERRY, 197. 
FEYEN-PERRIN, 13. 
FISHER.J. G., 213, 214. 
FORTUNY, 116. 

GAINSBOROUGH, 117. 
GREUZE, 170, 209. 
GRUTZNER, 99. 
GUDIN, 4. 

HAGBORG, 78. 
HARBURGER, 98. 
HART, WM.,7. 
HENNER, 137. 
HILLIARD, 6. 
HOLYOAKE, 97. 
HUGUET, 45, 96, 118. 

IRVING, B., 195. 
ISABEY, 89, 192. 

JACQUE, 119, i86, 187. 

KONOPACK, 8. 

LEMAIRE, 43. 
LEPINE, 9, 44, 79, 95. 
LEROLLE, 171. 
LHERMITTE, 203, 208, 211. 

MADOU, 122. 

MANET, 175. 

MAUVE, 207. 

MAXWELL, H., 5. 

MEA, S., 215. 

MEISSNER, 42. 

MELIN, 76, 156. 

MERLE, 120, 150. 

MICHEL, G., 41, 68, 69, 93, 94, 121, 124, 138, 139, 

156. 158. 
MICHETTI, 70. 
MILLET, J. F., 71, 157, 212. 
MARILHAT, 123. 
MONTICELLI, 38, 40, 92, 159, 164. 
MORAN,E., 10. 
MORAN, T., 125. 
MORLAND, 140. 



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NASMYTH, 200. 
NEHLIG, II, 174. 
NOEL. 39. 

OCHTMAN, 179. 

PECRUS, 12. 
PEETERS. ?oi. 
PELOUSE, 72. 
PRUDHON, 202. 

QUARTLEY, 80. 
QUENTON, 165. 

REGNAULT, H.,128. 
REYNOLDS, W.. 191. 
RIBOT. 35, 166. 
RICKELT, 14. 
RICHTER, 132. 
ROBIE, 126. 
ROUSSEAU, 73, 74, 1:^7, 
ROYBET, 134. 
RUDELL, 15, 182. 



SINKEL, 28. 
STANKIELD, 193. 
SULLY, 17. 

TISSOT. 33. 

TROYON, 21, 142, 155, 160, 188. 

VAN OSTADE, 18. 
VAN MARCKE. 146, 152. 
VERBOECKHOVEN, 185. 
VERNET, H., 180. 
VIEUX. 19. 
VOLLON, 34, 147. 153- 

WAGNER, 20. 

WAHLE, 167. 

WALKER, J. A., 181. 

WASHINGTON, 36. 

WEBER. 161. 

WHITTREDGE, 37. 

WIGGINS, 16, 29, 31, 75, 81, 143, 145, 154, 

ZIEM.22. 
ZtJGEL, 32. 



162, r68. 



ORDERS TO PURCHASE. 



The undersigned have volunteered to receive and attend to orders to 
purchase at this sale : 

Messrs. M. Knoedler & Co., Fifth Avenue and 2 2d Street. 
Messrs. Cottier & Co., No. 144 Fifth Avenue. 
Mr. Hermann Schaus, No. 204 Fifth Avenue. 
Messrs. Reichard & Co., No. 226 Fifth Avenue. 

Mr. L. Crist Delmonico (Kohn's Art Rooms\ No. 166 Fifth Avenue. 
Messrs. Blakeslee & Co., cor. Fifth Avenue and 26th Street. 
Messrs. BoussoD, Valadon & Co., No. 303 Fifth Avenue. 
M. Durand-Ruel, No. 297 Fifth Avenue. 
Mr. L. A. Lanthier, No. 22 East i6th Street. 
' Messrs. Svpher & Co., 860 Broadway, Union Square. 
Mr. H. O. Watson, ii East 30th Street. 
American Art Association, 6 East 23d Street. 



CATALOGUE 



FIRST NIGHTS SALE. 

FRIDAY, APRIL 13TH. BEGINNING PROMPTLY AT 8 O'CLOCK. 
AT CHICKERING HALL. 



No. I 

Landscape 



SAMUEL COLMAN, N.A., . . New York 

Born in Portland, Me , i332. Traveled and studied abroad, 1860-62 and 1874-75. 
Elected Member of the National Academy, 1862. 



No. 2 

Moonlight 

/6. F. DAUBIGNY (Deceased); . . . Paris 

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Born in Paris, 181 7. Pupil of his father and Paul Delaroche, and for three years 
studied in Italy. Medals, 1848, 1853. 1855, 1857, 1859, 1867. Cross of the 
Legion of Honor, 1859 ; Officer of the same, 1874. Died, 1S7S. Diploma to 
the Memory of Deceased Artists {Exposition Universelle), 187S. 



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No. 3 



Eating his Dinner 



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MARCELLIN GILBERT DFSRmmN. 



Nice 



Horn at Cerillv. Honoral)le Mention, Paris. 



No. 4 



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anne 



JEAN-ANTOINE-THEODORE GUDIN, . Pans 

Born in Paris, 1S02. Pupil of Girodei-Trioson. Medal, 1S24. Legion of Honor, 
1S28. Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1841. Medals, 1S4S and 1S55 {Fxpo- 
sition U)iiverselle). Commander of the Legion of Honor, 1S55. 



No. 5 



Landscape 



HALL MAXWELL, 



London 



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No. 6 7 

Landscape 
WILLIAM HENRY HILLIARD, . . Paris 

Born at Auburn, N. Y., 1S36. I'ainted in the West, then studied in Paris under 
Lambinet. Maintained a studio in Boston and New York, but since 1S80 in 
Paris. 



No. 7 

Windsor Castle 
WILLIAM HART, N.A., . . New York 

Born in Paisley, Scotland. 1822. Brother of James M. Hart, N.A. Brought to 

America, 183 1. Elected a member of the National Academy, New York, 185S. 
One of the founders, and for several years President, of the American Water 
Color Society, and President of the Brooklyn Academ.y of Design at its founda- 
tion. 



No. 8 

The Collision 
' J. KONOPACK, . . Munich 



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No. 9 
Moonliirht 



SrAi\i:3i..u^ LHPINE, 



Pari:> 



Bom at Caen. Pupil of Corot. Honorable Mcnlion. 



No. lo 



Sunset 



EDWARD MORAN, A.N.A., . 



New York 



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Born Lancashire, England, 1829. Came to America, 1S44, Puj)il of James Hamil- 
ton and Paul Weber. First exhibited. 1852, Pennsylvania Academy, Phila- 
delphia. To Europe 1S62, and studied in National Gallery, London. Re- 
turned to New York. 1S69. Member of the American Water Color Society. 



No. II 



Hiawatha and Minnehaha 



VICTOR NEHLIG, 



Paris 



Bom in Paris, 1830. Pupil of Cogniet and of Abel de Pujol. Came to New York, 
1850. Elected member of the National Academy, 1S70. Returned to Europe, 
1S72. See "Cyclopedia Paintings and Painters," Vol. 3, page 336. 



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No. 12 ^ ^ 

Feeding the Dove 
FRANCOIS CHARLES PECRUS, . i'ans 

Born at Limoges, PujmI of Florcnt Willems, 

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Tiie Bather 
FRANCOIS AUGUSTIN FEYEN-PERRIN, Pans 

Born 1829. Pupil of Leon Cogniet and Yvon. Medals, Salon, 1865, 1867, 1874. 
Legion of Honor, 1878. Ilors Concoiirs. 

- No. 14 

Girl with Cat 
CARL RICKELT, . Munich 

No. 15 

New Forest at Windsor 
P. E. RUDELL, Paris 



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No. 1 6 







Evening 






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CARLHTON WIGGINS, 


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New York 








No. 


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Portrait 


of a 


Gentleman 






THOMAS 


SULLY, 


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Born 1783, died 1872. Pupil of Gilbert Stuart and Benjamin West. In 1S38 
painted a portrait of Queen Victoria. 



No. 18 

A Good Story 
A. VAN OSTADE, .... Holland 

Bom 1610, died 1685. Pupil of Fran.s Hals. 



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No. 19 

Soldiers , 

A. VIEUX Paris 

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No. 20 

Girl's Head 
FERDINAND WAGNER, . . . Munich 7^ 

Pupil of Munich Academy and of Quaglio. 

No. 21 

Study of a Calf 
CONSTANTINE TROYON, . . . Paris 

Born 1810, died 1865. Pupil of Rivereux. Medals 1S3S, 1S40, 1S48, 1855. Cross of 
the Legion of Honor, 1849. Member of the Academy of Amsterdam. Diploma 
to the Memory of Deceased Artists, 1878. 



No. 22 

Venice by Moonlight 
FELIX ZIEM Paris 

Born at Beaume (Cote d'Or), 1S22. Studied at Paris. Medals, 1S51, and First 
Class, 1852. Medal, 1S55, Exposition Univcrselle. Cross of the Legion of 
Honor, 1857. Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1878. Hers Concours. 



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No. 23 

Afraid to Attack 
GEORGE ARMFIELD, . . . London 

Pupil of Sir Edwin Landseer. ' ^y-v 

No. 24 
Old Road to Concarneau Finistere, France 



GEORGE H. BOGERT, . '- . 


New York 


No. 25 




Mount St. Micliael 




^ JOHN LEWIS BROWN, . ' . 


Paris 



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Born at Bordeaux, 1629. Pupil of Roquepian and Belloc. Medals, 1S65, 1S66, 
1S67, Legion of Honor, 1870. 



No. 26 

Putting Dolly to Sleep 
LEON CAILLE, Pari 

Bom at Merville, France ; Tupil of Leon Cogniet. 



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No. 27 

Spanish Lady 

ANTONIO CASANOVA Y. ESTORAGH, Paris 

Bom at Tortosa, Spain. Pupil of Lorenzale and of F. de Madrazo. 



No. 28 

The Madonna 

H. J. SINKEL, . . ''. ". . Munich 

Pupil of Karl Muller. Medal at Diisseldorf. See " Cyclopedia of Paintings and 
Painters," Vol. 4, page 189. 



No. 29 
. - Good Morning: 

CARLETON WIGGINS, New York 



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No. 30 

Head of Christ 
NARCISSE VIRjbiL DIAZ DE LA PENA, Paris 

Born in Bordeaux, 1807. His parents were banished from Spain on account of 
political troubles, and at ten years of age Diaz was left an orphan in a strange 
country. At fifteen he was apprenticed to a maker of porcelain, where hi> 
talent first displayed itself. He quarreled with and left his master, and subse- 
quently spent several years in most bitter poverty. After his ability as a most 
wonderful colorist was recognized, Diaz painted and sold many pictures, thereby 
accumulating a vast fortune. Medals, 1S44, 1846, 1S48. Cross of the Legion 
of Honor, 185 1. Died 1876. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists 
{Exposition Universelle)^ 1878. 



No. 31 

Bull in the Marshes 
^^ CARLETON WIGGINS, . . New York 

No. 32 

In the Stable 
HEINRICH ZUGEL, . . . . Munit 

Pupil Stuttgart Academy. See "Cyclopedia of Paintings and Painters." Vol. 4. 
page 472 



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No. 33 

Ready for the Promenade 
^ J. J. TISSOT, . . . . . . Paris/ 

Pupil of Flandrin and Lamothe. Medal, 1866. 

No. 34 

e Still Life 

ANTOINE VOLLON, .... Paris 

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Pupil of Ribot. Medals, 1865, 1S6S 1869, 1878. Legion of Honor, 1870. Officer 
of the Legion of Honor, 1878. 



No. 35 

St. Sebastian 
AUGUSTIN TH6ODULE RIBOT, . Paris 7 

Born at Breteuil, 1823. Pupil of Glaize. Medals, 1864, 1865, 1878. Legion of 
Honor, 187S. 



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No. 36 
Oriental Scene 



rxHORrxF WASHINGTON . . Pans 



Pupil of Picot. Honorable Mention, 1885. 



No. 37 
Landscape 
WORTHINGTON WHITTREDGE. . New York \ 

Studied under Andreas Achenbach, Dusseldorf. Elected National Academician, 
i860. President National Academy, 1S75-76. 



No. 38 

Ladies and Dogs 

ADOLPHE MONTICELLI (nECEASED) Paris 

Bom in Marseilles, 1824. Pupil of Raymond Aubert and of Diaz. His conversion 
began (it is said) before a Delacroix and was completed by the influence and 
example of Diaz. Died at Paris, 18S6. 



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No. 39 

Near Dieppe 
JULES NOEL, Paris 

Born at Quimper. Pupil of Charioux. Medal, 1853. 



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No. 40 

The Gallant , , J 

ADOLPHE MONTICELLI (T)eceased), . Paris 

Born in Marseilles, 1824. Pupil of Raymond Aubert and of Diaz. Died, 1886. 



No. 41 

Landscape with Cottage 
GEORGES MICHEL (deceased), . France 

Born, 1763. Neglected during his life, but his paintings are now sought for by con- 
noisseurs. He is represented in the Louvre and other public galleries. Died, 
1843. 



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Winter 
ERNEST ADOLF MEISSNER, . . Munich 

Born in Dresden, 1S37. Pupil of Dresden Academy and of Kummer. Studied 
later in Rome, and settled in Munich. 1S70. 



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No. 43 

Springtime 
LOUIS LEMAIRE, ..... Paris 

Born in Paris. Pupil of Jules Dupre and of Boulard. Medal, 18S4, 



No. 44 

On the Canal St. Martin 
STANISLAS LEPINE Paris 

Born at Caen. Pupil of Corot. Honorable Mention, Paris. 



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No. 45 

An Oasis In Kaleh 
VICTOR PIERRE HUGUET, . . Paris ^ 

Born at Lude, 1S39. Studied at I'^cole dcs Beaux Arts, Marseilles. Traveled in the 
East making studies, and afterward settled in Algeria. Medals, 1S73, 1878, 1882. 

No. 46 

Street Musicians 
J. DECKER, ... . . New York : , , 



No. 47 

Landscape and Sheep 
C F. DAUBIGNY (deceased), . . . Paris 

Born in Paris, 181 7. Pupil of his father and Paul Delaroche, and for three years 
studied in Italy. Medals, 1848, 1853, 1855, 1S57, 1859, 1867. Legion of 
Honor, 1859 ; Officer of the same, 1874. Died, 1878. Diploma to the Memory 
of Deceased Artists {Exposition Universelie), 1878. 



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No. 48 
The Professor 



RICHARD CREIFELDS, New York' 

Born in New York. Studied at Royal Academy, Munich, 1872-76. 



No. 49 
Fruit 



GUSTAVH COURBET (deceased), . Paris 

Born in Ornans, 1S19. Died January, 1878, near Vevay, Switzerland. Genre, land- 
scape, and portrait painter. In early life he began to paint caricatures, especial! v 
of priests. Offered the Cross of the Legion of Honor, but refused it. Dtc- 
rated with the Cross of the Order of St. Michael. 



No. 50 
Invitation to Dance 



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PETER BAUMGARTNER, . . Munich 

Born in Munich, 1S34. Studied at the Munich Academy: al>o from 1S51 to 1S61 
under Piloty. His pictures of Bavarian life are humorous and characteristic. 



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No. 51 

At His Devotions 
CHARLES BARGUE, .... Paris 

Born in Paris. Died there in 1883. Genre painter. Pupil of Gerome. Began as a 
-. , lithographer, and was awarded medals for lithography in 1867 and 1868. He 

^ produced few pictures, all of which are noted for their beauty of color and re- 

markable technical execution. 
This picture was purchased at the sale of his effects at V Hotel Drout, Paris. 

No. 52 

Scene In Algiers 
NARCISSE BERCHERE, . . Paris 

Born at Etampes, 1822. Landscape painter. Pupil of Renoux and of Remond. 
Paints Oriental scenes with great truth to nature. Medals, Paris, 1859, 1S61, 
1864, 1S78. Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1870. 

No. 53 
Scene in the Rocky Mountains 

V /5 " Out of the deepening shadows of a broad and gnarled oak, 

From the base of a mountain whose clouded crest 
Looks down upon the flowing waters, 
A wounded deer, arrow-pierced, runs in swiftness like the wind," 

RALPH ALBERT BLAKELOCK, . New York 

Born in New York, 1S47. 



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No. 54 

Cattle in Landscape 
ANTON BRAITH, . . Munich 

^^ Born at Biberach, Wurtemburg, 1836. Pupil of Stuttgart and Munich Academic-. 

Gold Medal at Munich. 1S69. / y^jkj 

No. 55 

May and December 
L. CASANOVA, . ' . . . . Pan^ 

Brother and pupil of Antonio Casanova V. Estorach. J) ^ 

No. 56 
J\LJ 
Landscape .. 

JEAN BAPTtSTE COROT (dece.\sed), Pans 

(n (j ^ Born at Paris, 1796. Studied art against the wishes of his family. Instructed first 

by Michallon, afterward by Victor Bertin. and then spent several years in Italy. 
At first unsuccessful in obtaining recognition, Corot's works afterward became so 
j^opular that his income for several years averaged over two hundred thousand 
francs from his profession alone. Medals, Paris, 1838, 1S4S, 1855, 1867 {Expo- 
sition Univcrsellc). Cross of the Legion of Honor. 1846 ; Officer of the same. 
1S67. Died, 1S75. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists {Exposition 
UuiversclU), 187S. 



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No. 57 



The Discussion 
DAVID COL, Antwerp ' ^ 

Born at Antwerp, 1S22. Pupil of De Keyset and Antwerp Academy. Medal, 
Vienna Exposition, 1873. Chevalier of the Order of Leopold, 1875. 



No. 58 

Peasants at an Inn 
CHARLES A. COESSIN DE LA FOSSE, Paris 

Born at Lisieux, Calvados. Pupil of Picot. Medal, 1873. 



No. 59 
The Cockatoo 



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CHARLES JOSHUA CHAPLIN, . . Paris 

Bom at Les Andelys, 1S25, of foreign parents. Pupil of V ^cole des Beaux Arts, 
and of Drolling. Medals, Paris, 1S51, 1S52, 1S65. Cross of the Legion of 
Honor, 1865 ; Officer of the same, 1877. 



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No. 60 

Deer in Landscape 
GUSTAVE COURBET (deceased), . Pari^ 

Born in Omans, 1819. Studied in various studios, but mainly under David d'Angers. 
Medals, 1849, 1357, 1S61. Was offered the Cross of the Legion of Honor, but 
declined it. Decorated with the Order of St. Michael. Died in exile, near 
Vevay, Switzerland, January i, 1S77. 



No. 61 

Landscape 
PIERRE EMMANUEL DAxMOYE, . Paris 

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Born at Paris. Pupil of Corot, Daubigny, and Bonnat. Medr 



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lals, 1S79, 1884. ^ 



No. 62 

The Cavalier 
H. DAUNEY Paris 



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No. 63 



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I Street Scene in Cairo 

ALEXANDER G. DECAMPS (deceased), . Pari^^ 

Born in Paris, 1S03. Died, i860. Pupil of Abel de Pujol, David, and Ingres. In 
1827 he traveled in the East, after which he devoted himself to painting Oriental 
1 subjects. Medals, 1S31, 1834. Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1839 ; Officer of 

the same, 1851. 

See " Cyclopedia Painters and Paintings," Vol. I., page 381. 



No. 64 

Original Study of Maid of Honor at the 
Death of Queen EHzabeth 

For his grand picture in the Louvre. 

PAUL DELAROCHE (deceased), . . Paris 



Paris, 1707-1856. Pupil of P.aron Gros. Great Gold INIedal, 1S24. Cross of the 
Legion of Honor, 1828 ; Officer of the same, 1S34. Member of the Institute of 
France, 1832. Professor of the Institute of France, 1S33. Honorary Member 
Academies of Amsterdam, St. Petersburg, and St. Luke, of Italy. 



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No. 65 

Original Study of Maid of Honor at the 
Death of Queen Ehzabeth 

For his grand picture in the Louvre. 

PAUL DELAROCHE (deceased), . . Paris 



Born in Paris, 1797. Died, 1B56. Studied under VVatelet and Haron Ciros. (ireat 
(iold Medal, 1S24. Cross of the Legion of Honor, 182S ; Officer of the same, 
1834. Member of the Institute of France. 1832. Professor of the Institute of 
France, 1833. Honorary Member of the Academies of Amsterdam, St. Peters- 
burg, and St. Luke of Italy. 



No. 66 
' Old Trees 



NARCISSE VIRGILE DIAZ DE LA PENA, Paris 



Born at Bordeaux, 1S07, of parents who had been exiled from Spain on account of 
l^olitical troubles. At fifteen years of age he was apprenticed to a porcelain 
maker, \Vhen his great talent as a colorist first displayed itself. He painted and 
sold many pictures, and accumulated a large fortune. Medals, 1844. 1846, 1848. 
Cross of the Legion of Honor, 165 1 Diploma to the Memory of Deceased 
Artists, 1S7S. Died from the l)ite of a viper, 1S7O. 



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No. 67 

Landscape 
NARCISSE VIRGILE DIAZ DE LA PENA. Paris 

Born at Bordeaux, 1S07, of parents who had been exiled from Spain on account of 
political troubles. He painted and sold a large number of pictures, and accumu- 
lated a great fortune. Medals, 1S44, 1846, 1S4S. Legion of Honor, 1851. 
Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists, 187S. Died, 1S76. 

No. 68 

Landscape 
GEORGES MICHEL (deceased), . . Paris ^ - 

Born, 1763. Died, 1S43. Represented in the Louvre and other public galleries. 



No. 69 

\ ri_'^o Landscape 

GEORGES MICHEL (deceased), . . Paris 

Born, 1763. Died, 1S43. Represented in the Louvre and other public galleries. 



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Girl's Head 
FRANCESCO PAOLO MICHETTI. . Naples 

Born at Chieti, near Naples. 1852. Studied in Naples under Dalbono : later in Paris. 
Medals at Rome, Turin, Florence, and Parma. Chevalier of the Order of the 
Crown of Italy. ■ - <. \ 

No. 71 

Cupid Disarmed 
JEAN FRANCOIS MILLET (deceased), . Paris 

Born at Greville, France, 1814. Pupil of Langlois, at Cherbourg. His progress 

there was so remarkable that the Municipality of Cherbourg gave him a small 

pension that he might go to study in Paris. In 1S37 he became a pupil of Paul 

Delaroche and the friend of Corot, Theodore Rousseau, Dupre, and Diaz. 

Medals, Paris, 1S53, 1864, 1S67 {Exposition Universellc). Legion of Honor, 

1868. Died, 1875. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists {^Exposition 

Universelle), 1S78. " 

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No. 72 

Springtime 
LEON GERMAIN PELOUSE, Paris 

Born at Pierrelaye. Medals, 1573, 1876, 1878. Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 

1S78. 



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No. 73 



French Village 
P.E.THEODORE ROUSSE^V (deceased^ Paris 



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Born at Paris, 1S12. Pupil of Lethiere. Showed himself a Naturalist from the first, 
and for thirteen years was excluded from the Salon by an Academical Jury. 
Medals, 1S34, 1849, 1855. Legion of Honor, 1852. Grand Medal of Honor 
{Exposition Universelle), 1 867. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased A r lists 
1878. Died, 1867. 



No. 74 



Sunset 

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P. E. THEODORE ROUSSEAU (deceased), Paris ^^^ 

'^ Born in Paris, 1812. Pupil of Lethiers. First exhibited, Salon, 1834. Medals, 

1834, 1849, 1855. Legion of Honor, 1852. One of the eight Grand Medals of 
Honor (Exposition Universelle), Paris, 1867, Died, 1S67. Diploma to the 
Memory of Deceased Artists, 1858. 



No. 75 

<i_n^ Scene In Normandy 

CARLETON WIGGINS, . . New York " 



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No. 76 ^' 

JOSEPH MELIN, Paris 

liorn. 1S14. Died, 1SS6. Pupil of Paul Delaroche and David d'Angers. Medals, 
1S43. IM5. 1^55, 1S5S 



No. 77 

J J The Dauphins 
N. VIRGILE DIAZ DE LA PENA, . Paris 

Bom at Bordeaux, 1807., of parents who had been exiled from Spain on account of 
political troubles. At fifteen years of age he was apprenticed to a porcelain 
niaker, when his great talent as a colorist first displayed itself. He painted and 
sold many pictures thereby accumulating a large fortune. Medals, 1S44, 1S46, 
1848. Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1851. Diploma to the Memor}- of De- 
ceased Artists, 1S78. Died, 1876. 



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No. 78 

Gathering Seaweed . ^ ia> 

AUGUST HAGBORG Paris 

Pupil of Palmarole. Medal, 1S79. 



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No. 79 

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Le Seine a St. Ouen Prcs, Paris 



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I . STANISLAS LEPINK, .... Pari: 

I'lorn at Caen. Pupil of Corot. I lonorable Mention. Paris. 

No. 80 

«,A Marine 

ARTHUR QUARTLEV, . New York 

Born, 1839. Died, 1886. Associate National Academy, 1876. Member National 
Academy, 1S86. Member Society American Artists — the above example the 
last picture painted by this talented Artist. 

No. 81 

Maternal Love 
CARLETON WIGGINS, . . New York 

No. 82 

Low Tide 
GEORGE H. BOGERT, . . New York 



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A Puritan Maiden d—C) 

(;_H. BOUGHTON, N.A., and A.R.A., . London 

Born in England, 1S34. IJrought to All)any, N. \'., by his parents in 1837, where, 
when a youth, he began the study of Art, Afterward he studied in London and 
Paris. Elected member of the National Academy, New York, 1S71 ; Associate 
of the Royal Academy, England, 1879. ^ee "Cyclopedia Painters and Paint- 
ings," Vol. I, page 1S8. 



No. 84 
Causfht in the Rain 



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JOHN LEWIS BROWN. . . . Paris 

Born in Bordeaux. Pupil of Camilie Roqueplan and Belloc. Medals, 1865, 1S66, 
and 1887. Legion of Honor, 1S70. 



No. 85 

Scene in Cairo 

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NARCISSE BERCHERE. . . Paris 

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Born, 1S22. Pupil of Renoux and Remond. Medals, Salon. 1S59, 1S61, 1S64, 1878. 
Legion of Honor. 1S70. 



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No. 86 

^-7^-^ A Woodland Path 

JEAN P. A. ANTIGNA (deceased), Pans 

Born in Orleans, iSiS. Died. 1S78. Pupil of Paul Delaroche. Made his debut 
in the vSalon, Paris, 1841. Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 1S61. Medal at 
Philadelphia. 1S76. Examples of his work were purchased by the French Gov- 
ernment for the Museums at Orleans and Avignon and for the Luxembourg. 



No. 87 



Moonlight 
crc/ . ,. 
ERNEST CHIiROT Paris 



No. 88 
Death and the Maiden 

" Death steals upon her dream, softly whispering, 
, ' Come ! Love is short-lived, but I am immortal.'" 

SARAH BERNHARDT, .... Paris 

This picture was exhibited in the Salon, 1880, and sold to an American dealer ia 
Art. Purchased by Sarah Bernhardt in New York, 18S1. Seized in 1S85, and 
sold with her other effects. 
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No. 89 

A Storm on the Coast 

LOUIS G. EUGENE ISABEY (deceased), Paris 

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Pupil of his father. Medals, 1624, 1027, 1S55. Legion oi Honor, 1832. Officer 
Legion of Honor, 1352. 

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No. 90 



Study from Nature 
CHARLES F. DAUBIGNY (deceased), . Paris 



Born at Paris, 1817. Pupil of his father and Paul Delaroche, and for three years 
^ studied in Italy. Medals, 134S, 1S53, 1855, 1857, 1859, 1867. Legion of 

Honor, 1S59 ; Officer of the same, 1874. Died, 1S78. Diploma to the Memory 
of Deceased Artists {Exposition Universelle), 187S. 



No. 91 

A Scouting Detachment 
LOUIS EMILE BEUASSIT, . Paris' 

Born in the South of France. Pupil of Picot. Devotes himself to painting scenes of 
^^ military life. He has been called a military Watteau. 

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No. 92 

Landscape with Figures 

ADOLPHE MONTICHLLI (deceased). . Paris 

Born at Marseilles on October 24. 1824, and received from his father, who was an 
excise officer, a sound education. A sensitive timidity which early declared 
itself could not suppress the artistic instincts within him. Pupil of Rossi and 
of Diaz. Died, 18S6. 

Large sums have already been paid for fine specimens of his brush, notably ;^i.200 
for one which is now in America, ^^500 for another, and so on, American and 
Scotch eyes and purses have been to the fore in appreciating Moniicelli's •Aorks, 
as they have in recent years in the instances of Millet, of Corot, and a number 
of other great artists. 



No. 93 
- An Oak 
GEORGES MICHEL. Paris 

Born, 1763. Died, 1843. Represented in the Louvre and other public galleries. 



No. 94 
Landscape 
GEORGES MICHEL. Paris 

Bom, 1763. Died, 1843. Represented m the Louvre and other public galleries. 



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At Montmartre 
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f/J ^ C/ Born at Caen. Pupil of Corot. Honorable Mention, Paris. 



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No. 96 

An Algerian Palanquin 
VICTOR PIERRE HUGUET. 



Paris 



Born at Lude, 1839. Studied with Emile Loubon, and at r Ecole des Beaux Arts, 
Marseilles. Medals, 1S73, 1S7S, 1882. 



No. 97 

Rustic Flirtation 
/^O W. HOLYOAKE, 



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No. 98 

. The Discussion 
EDMUND HARBURGER, . 



Munich 



Born at Eichstadt, Bavaria, 1346. Pupil of the Munich Academy under Linden- 
schmitt; His subjects are for the most part humorous. 



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No. 99 

In the Wine Cellar 



^EDWARD GRUTZNER, . Munich 

Born, 1846. Pupil of Munich Academy and Piloty ; Professor of the Munich Acad- 
emy. Gold Medal, Berlin, 1S72. Honoran,' member Munich Academy, 1S85. 



No. 100 



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(5 HENRI LOUIS DUPRAY, . . . Paris 



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Bom at Sedan, 1841. Pupil of Pils and Cogniet. Ranks with Detaille and De Neu- 
ville as a leader of the school of military painters. Medals, 1872, 1874 ; 
Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1878. 



No. loi 

View on the Marne 

LEON-VICTOR DUPRE (deceased), . Paris 

Born at Limoges, 1S16. Brother and pupil of Jules Dupre. Medals at Paris, 1849, 
and Philadelphia, 1876. 



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No. 102 



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At the Spring 
RUDOLPH EPP Munich 

-^ -7 > Born ai Eberbach, Baden, 1S34. Pupil of Carlsruhe Academy under Descoudres. 
/ Since 1S65, settled at Munichv 

No. 103 
Landscape 
NARCISSE VIRGIL DIAZ DE LA PENA, Paris 

/ O Born at Bordeaux, 1807. Medals, 1S44, 1S46, 1S4S. Cross of the Legion of Honor, 
185 1. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists, 1878. Died from the 
bite of a viper, 1876. 



No. 104 
Landscape 
C. F. DAUBIGNY (deceased., . Paris 

^ Born in Paris, 1817. Pupil of his father and of Paul Delaroche. Medals, 1848, 1853, 

1855, 1S57, 1859, 1S67. Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1859; Ofiftcer of the 
same. 1S74. Died. 1878. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists 
{Exposition Universelle), 1S78. 



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No. 105 
Landscape 
C F. DAUBIGNY (deceased), . 



Born ill Paris, 1S17. Died, 1878. 



Paris 



No. 106 



Crossing the Bridge 



IHAN-BAPT.-CAiM. COROT (deceased), 



Paris 



liom in Paris, 1796. Instructed first by Michallon, afterward by Victor Berlin, and 
then spent several years in Italy. At first unsuccessful in obtaining recognition, 
Corot's works afterward became so popular that his income for several years 
averaged over two hundred thousand francs from his profession alone. Medals, 
Paris, 1S38, 184S, 1S55, 1S67 {Exposition Univfrsclle), Legion of Honor, 1846; 
Officer of the same, 1867. Died, 1875. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased 
Artists {Exposition Univcrsclle), 1S7S. 



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No. 107 

The Cigarette Smoker 
- GUSTAVE COURBET (deceased), 



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Bom in Ornans, 1819. Began to study law, but devoted his time to the studios, 
studying mainly with David d' Angers. Attracted attention first in 1849. when his 
Funeral at Ornans, now in the Louvre, was exhibited. Received Medals, 1849. 
1S57, 1S61. Did not c.\hil)it after 1S70. Died, Jan. I. 1S78. 



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The Old Captain 
RICHARD CREIFELDS, New York 

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Born in New York. Studied at Royal Academy, Munich, 1872-76. 

No. 109 
The Intruder 



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JEAN VICTOR BERTIN. Paris 

Master of Corot. Medals, i8o3. Legion of Honor, 1817. 



No. 1 10 

The Pet Rabbit 
CHARLES JOSHUA CHAPLIN, . Paris 

Bom at Les Andelys, 1S25. Pupil of / Ecoic dcs Beaux Arts, and of Drolling. Med- 
als, Paris, 185T, 1852, 1S65. Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1S65 ; Officer of the 
same, 1877. 



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No. Ill 

A Storm in the Orient 

ALbX. UABRIHL DECAMPS < deceased), Paris 

Bom in Paris, 1803, Died, 1S60, Pupil of Abel de Pujol, David and Ingres. 
Traveled in the East in 1827. after which he devoted himself to painting Oriental 
subjects. Medals, 1S31, 1834. Cro-.s of ihc Legion of Honor, iS3() ; Officer of 
the same, 1851. See "Cyclopedia Painters and Paintings ' Vol. I., page 3S1. 



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Cupid's Offering 
N AKCISSE VmCILE DIAZ DE LA PENA, 



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Born in Bordeaux, 1807, of parents who had been exiled from Spain on account of 
political troubles. At fifteen years of age he was apprenticed to a maker of por- 
celain, when his talent first displayed itself. lie painted and sold many pictures, 
and accumulated a large fortune. Medals, 1S44, i8-|6, 184S ; Cross of the Legion 
of Honor, 1S51. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Kx\\s,\.?> {Exposition Uni- 
verse lie), iS-jS. Died, 1876. 



No. 113 
The Lovers 
;^ERD. VICTOR EUGENE DELACROIX, 



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Born at Charenton, near Paris, April 26, 1799. Pupil of Guerin. Exhibited in 1S22 
his Dante and Virgil, which won great reputation for him. Medals, Paris, 1S24, 
184S ; Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1S31 ; Officer of the same, 1S46 ; Comman- 
der of the same, 1855 ; Member of the Institute of France, 1857. Died in Pans, 
1S63. 



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Wood Interior 

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NARCISSE VIRGIL DIAZ DE LA PENA, Paris 

Born at Bordeaux, 1S07. Medals, Pari.s, 1844, 1S46, 1848. Cross of the Legion of 

Honor, 1S51 ; Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists, 1S7S. Died. 1S76. 



No. 115 

Old Cottage 

JULES DUPRE, .^ ... Paris 



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Born at Nantes. 1812. As a boy he studied design in the porcelain manufactory of 
his father, hut soon turned his attention to landscape painting, and made his 
3 j debut in the Salon of 1S31. Medals, Paris, 1833. Legion of Honor, 1S49. 

Medals {Exposition Universelle), 1867. Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1870. 



No. 116 

Salem 
MARIANO FORTUNY (deceased), . Rome 

/ -^ Bom at Reuss, Catalonia, June 11, 1839. Pupil of the Barcelona Academy ; Chevalier 

of the Order of Charles IH. Prize of Rome from Spain, 1S58. Many dec- 
orations from various countries. Died in Rome. November 21. 1874. Diploma 
to the Memory of Deceased Artists {Exposition Universclle), 1S7S. 



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Portrait of the Artist 
THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH (deceased), London 

Born in Suffolk, 1727. Died, London, 178S. Studied under Gravelot, the French 

engraver, and later with Francis Hayman. After a long struggle, he became very 

successful, and ranked as the rival of Reynold>. He was one of the founders 

I r> of the Royal Academy. Ruskin calls him '* the purist colorist of the English 

/ school." See "Cyclopedia Paintings and Painters," Vol. II., page 104. y 

No. 118 

A Bluff at Chiffa 
\ICTOR PIERRE hL'GUKT, . Paris 

l^f) Born at Lude, 1839. Studied at V ^cole dcs Beaux Arts, Marseilles. Traveled in 

the East making studies, and afterward settled in Algeria. Medals, 1873 
1878, 1882. 



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Cattle at the Pool jlc^ 

^5^^ CHARLES EMILK JACOUE, Paris \ 



Born at Paris, 1813. For Designs, Medals, 1S53, 1S61, 1S63. Cross of the Legion 
of Honor, 1S67. Medal, 1867, Exposition Universcilc, For Paintings, Medals, 
1S61, 1S63, 1864. Jlors Concoiir:. 



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The School Girl 
HUGUES MERLF nFrF.ASF.nv . . Paris 

Born at St. Marcellin, 1S23. Died in Paris, 1S80. Pupil of Leon Cogniet. Med- 
als, 1861, 1S63. Legion of Honor, 1866. 



No. 121 

Landscape 

GEORGES MICHEL (deceased), Paris 

J3 -^ M)rn, 1763. Died, 1S43. Represented in the Louvre and other public galleries. 
See " Cyclopedia Painters and Paintings," Vol. IV., page 484. 



No. 122 
A Difference of Opinion 
JEAN BAPTISTE MADOU (deceased), Brussels 

Born in Brussels, 1796. Died, 1877. Member of Brussels and Antwerp Academies. 
Medal and Legion of Honor. 1855. Order of the Lion. Commander of the 
Order of Leopold, 1S63. 

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An Arab and His Camel 

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!>,) (^i PROSPER MARILHAT (im.clased), . Pans 

Bornat Vertaizon, i&ii. Died there, 1847. Landscape painter, pupil of Roqueplan. 
Visited the East in 1831, and remained in Cairo a number of years, where the cli- 
mate so ruined his health that he did not long enjoy the fame which awaited him 
on his return to Paris. The public, at first slow to appreciate the great qualities 
of Marilhat, has, since his death, come to set such an estimate on his pictures 
that one sold in the celebrated Oppenheim sale, 1877, at Paris, for 30,000 
francs. 



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Born, 1763. Died. 1843. Represented in the Louvre and other public galleries. 



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Near Westhampton 



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Born at Bolton, Lancashire, England, 1S37. Brought to America, 1S44. First studied 
and practiced wood-engraving in Philadelphia. To Europe 1862 and 1866, and 
studied the works of Turner and the Old >L'isters. Elected N.A., 18S4. Mem- 
ber of the American Water Color Society, the New York Etching Club, and of 
the liriiish Society of Painter-Etchers. 



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Flowers 
JEAN BAPTIST ROBIE, Brussels 

^ Born at Brussels, 1821. Gold Medal at Brussels, 1548. Medals at Paris, 1S51, 
1863. Gold Medal, Hague, i86r. Order of Leopold, 1861. Officer of the 
same, 1866. Commander, 1881. 



No. 127 

Washing Boat, Upper Seine 
R E. THEODORE ROUSSEAU (deceased), Paris 

^/'\ Born in Paris, 1812. Pupil of Lethiere. ^irst exhibited, Salon, 1834. Medals, 
1S34, 1S49, 1855. Legion of Honor, 1852. One of the eight Grand Medals 
of Honor {Exposition Cnivcrselle), Paris, 1867. Died. 1867. Diploma to the 
Memory of Deceased Artists, 1878. 



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Moorish Woman Dancing 
XlEX. G. HENRI I^pNAULT (deceased), Paris 

Born in Paris, 1S43. Pupil of Lamothe and of Cabanel. Prix de Rome, 1S66. 
Returned from Algiers to enter Franco-Prussian War, and fell in its last battle, 
Jan. 19, 1871. See ''Cyclopedia Painters and Paintings," Vol. IV., page iS. 




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^ Sunshine Throu^^h Clouds 
p. E. THEODORE ROUSSEAU deceased, pans 

df ^ ^ ■ Born at Paris, 1S12. Pupil of Leihiere. Medals, 1834, 1849, 1855. Legion of 
Honor. 1S52. Grand Medal of Honor {Exposition Universellc), 1867. Diploma 
to the Memory of Deceased Artists {Exposition CJniverselie), 1878. Died, 1867. 

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No. 130 

Ruins Near Venice 
N. V. DIAZ DE Ia pMa deceased Paris 



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Born in Bordeaux, 1S07. His parents had been banished from Spain on account of 
political troubles, and at ten years of age Diaz \va?) left an orphan in a strange 
country. At fifteen he was apprenticed to a maker of porcelain, where his 
talent tirst displayed itself. He quarreled with and left his master, and sub- ) 
sequently spent several years in most bitter poverty. After his ability as a 
most wonderful colorist was recognized Diaz painted and sold many pictures. 
Medals, 1344, 1S46, 1848. Legion of Honor, 1851. Died, 1876. Diploma 
to the Memory of Deceased Artists {Exposition Universe Ik). 187S. 



No. 131 
Girl and Cupid 






N. V. DIAZ DE LA PENK (deceased) . Paris 

Bom in Bordeaux. 1807. Medals. i544, 1S46, 184S. Legion of Honor, 1851.' ' 
' ~ Died. 1S76. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists (Exposition Univer- 



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- Judith 
EDOUARD RICHTER, .... Paris 

// r^ Born in Paris. Pupil of Ilebert and Bonnat. Honorable Mention, Paris. 

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No. 133 , 
!} / Landscape in Holland 
P. E. THEODORE ROUSSEAU deceased), Paris 

7f^ C^Born. 1812. Died, 1S67. Pupil of Lethiere. Medals, 1834, 1S49, 1S55. Legion 
of Honor, 1852. One of the eight Grand Medals of Honor, 1S67. Diploma to 
the Memory of Deceased Artists, 1867. 



No. 134 
^°\ The Dead Warrior 



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FERDINAND VICTOR LEON ROYBET, Paris 

Born at Uzes, 1840. Pupil of Vibert, V Ecole des Beaux Arts. Medal, 1866. 
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NAKl.1.^.^1: \ IRGILE DIAZ DE LA PENA, Pans 

Jy{J ^orn in Bordeaux, 1807. Medals, Paris, 1S44, 1S46, 1S48. Cross of the Legion of 
Honor, 1S51. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists {Ilxposition Univcr- 
selU), 1878. Died, 1876. 



No. 136 

Fishing Boats In a Choppy Sea 

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JULES DUPRE, Paris 

Born in Nantes, 18 12. As a boy he studied design in the porcelain manufactory of 
his father, but soon turned his attention to landscape painting, and made his 
debut in the Salon of 1831. Medals. Paris. 1S33. Legion of Honor, 1S49. 
Medals [Expositioji Universellc), 1867. Ofihcer of the Legion of Honor. 1870. 



No. 137 

. Youth 
JEAN JACOUES HENNER, . . . Paris 



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I ^ Born at Bemailler (Alsace). Pupil of Dnilling, of Picot. and of P^cok dcs Beaux 

Arts. Prix dc Rome, 185S. Medals, Paris, 1S63 1S65, 1866, I'^'j^ {Exposition 
UttiverselU). Legion of Honor, 1S73. Officer of the same, 1S7S. 




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No. 138 

The River 
GEORGES MICHEL, .... Paris 

Horn, 1763. Died, 1S43. Represented in the Louvre and other public galleries. 
One of the illustrations in Life and Works of G. Michel, by Alfred Sensier. 



No. 139 

The Harbor 
GEORGES MICHEL rDECEASED), . . Paris 

/ Born. 1763. Died, 1843. Represented in the Louvre and other public galleries. 



No. 140 

reeding the Pigs 
GEORGE MORLAND (deceased). London 

Born in London, 1763. Died there, 1S04. Son and pupil of Henry Robert Mor- 
land. Also studied at R.oyal Academy. Painted country scenes with domestic 
animals, and won a great reputation. 



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Early Morning at a Fishing \ illagc 
p. H. THEODORE ROUSSEAU (deceased), Paris 

/O J ^^O''" ^^ I'aiis, 1S12. Pupil of Lethicrc. Showed himself a Naturalist from the first, 

and for thirteen years was excluded from the Salon by an Academical Jury. 
Medals, 1S34, 1849, 1S55. Legion of Honor, 1852. Grand Medal of Honor 
{^Exposition Universe lie), 1867. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists 
{Exposition Universe lie), 1878. 



No. 142 

Landscape and Cattle 

CONSTANTINE TROYON, ■' Paris 

Born at Sevres. 1810.' Pupil of Rivereux. Died. 1SC5. Medals, 1S38, 18 10, 184S 
and 1855. Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1849. Member of the Academy of 
Amsterdam. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists, 1878 {Exposition 
Universe lie). The original study from which his celebrated picture in the 
Louvre was painted. j ^ J ^ 



No. 143 
Daisy in the Field \ 

SAJ CARLETON WIGGINS, . New York 

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No. 144 V 

Landscape 
■ ^ NARCISSE VIRGILE DIAZ DE LA PENA, Paris 



Born at Bordeaux, 1807, of parents who had been exiled from Spain on account of 
political troubles. Medals, 1844, 1846, 1848. Cross of the Legion of Honor 
1851. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists, 187S. Died, 1876. . 



No. 145 

Pastoral Scene 
CARLETON WIGGINS, . New York 

' See "Cyclopedia of Painters and Paintings," Vol. IV., page 430. 

No. 146 

Peasant Milking 
EMILE VAN MARCKE, ... Paris 

Pupil of Tfoyon. Medals, 1867, 1869, 1870, 1878. Legion of Honor, 1872. 



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No. 147 

y^ , Still Life 

ANTOIN^ VOLLON, . Paris 

' ' I'upil of Kibot. Medals. 1865, 1S6S, 1869, 1878. Lfegioaof Honor, 1870. Officer 

of the Legion of Honor, 1878. 



No. 148 

La Trombe 
GUSTAVE COURj^T (deceased), Paris 

r\ Horn in Omans, 1819. Pupil of Steuben and Hesse and David d'Angers. Medals, 
1849, 1S57, 1S61. Offered the Cross of the Legion of Honor, but refused it. 
Decorated with the Order of St. Michael. Died, 1878. 
As chief instigator of the overthrow of the Column Vendome, in Paris, during the 
Commune, May, 1871, he was sentenced to six months imprisonment, and to bear 
the cost of its restoration. 



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.^ A Summer Day 

/^M Jj^ L^/v Ziclr^ 

a JULES DUPRE, ^: . •' Paris 

Born in Nantes, 1812. As a boy he studied design in the porcelain manufactory of 
his father, but soon turned his attention to landscape painting, and made his 
debut in the Salon of 1831. Medals, Paris, 1S33. Legion of Honor, 1849. 
Medals (Exposition Uttiversellc)^ 1S67. Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1870. 



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No. 150 ' 

After the Bath 



. HUGUES MERLE (deceased), . . Paris 

Born at St. Marcellin, 1S23. Died in Paris, 18S0. Pupil of Leon Cogniet. Medals, 
:86i, 1S63. Legion of Honor, 1866. 



No. 151 

Landscape, Autumn , 
THEODORE ROUSSEAU (deceased), . Paris 

Born at Paris, i3l2. Pupil of Lethiere. First exhibited, Salon, 1834. Medals, 
/ Cj (fy\ 1834, 1849, 1855. Legion of Honor, 1S52. One of the eight Grand Medals of 
' Honor {Exposition Universelle), Paris, 1867. Diploma to the Memory of 

Deceased Artists, 1878. Died, 1867. 



Pastoral Scene -^ 

EMILE VAN MARCKE, . . . Paris 

Pupil of Troyon. Medals, 1867. 1869, 1870. 1S78. Legion of Honor, 1872. 



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Still Life 
2^'ANTOINE VOLLON, raris 

Pupil of Ribot. Medals, 1865, 1S6S, 18C9, 1878. Legion of Honor, 1870. Officer 
of the Legion of Honor, 1S78. See "Cyclopedia of Painters and Paintings," 
Vol. IV., page 391. 



No. 154 

Herding Cattle at Cape Cod 
Qffb CARLETON WIGGINS, . . . New York 

No. 155 

Old Cottage at Barbizon 
CONSTANTINE TROYON. . . Pari/' 

Bom, iSio. Died, 1S65. Medals, 183S, 1S40, 1846, 1S48, 1S55. Legion of Honor, 
1S49. Painted Landscapes until i>48, when he began painting Cattle in Land- 
scape. 



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c/,-j^r^ No. 156 

ji/i) The Old Castle 

GEORGES WcHEL, , . . . Paris 

Bom, 1763. Died, 1843. Represented in the Louvre and other public galleries. 



No. 157 

Woman Sewing 
JEAN FRANCOIS MILLET (deceased), Paris 

Bom at Greville, France, 1814. Pupil of Langlois, at Cherbourg. His progress 
there was so remarkalile that the Municipality of Cherbourg gave him a small 
pension that he might go to study in Paris. In 1837 he became a pupil of Paul 
Delaroche and the friend of Corot, Theodore Rousseau, Dupre, and Diaz. 
D^ rifll Medals, Pari;?, 1853, 1S64, 1867 ^Exposition Universelle). Legion of Honor, 
1868. Died, 1875. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists {Exposition 
Universelle), 1878. 



No. 158 

. ~(^ Landscape with Trees 

GEORGES MICHEL, . ^^^j^^- Paris 

Born, 1763. Died, 1843. Represented in the Louvre and other jniblic galleries. 



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The Wcddine Procession 



ADOLPH MONTICHLL; fDFXEASED), Paris 

Born in Marseilles, 1824. Pupil of Raymond Aul)ert, and of Diaz. Died. 1886. 



No. 160 
Study of a Bull 
^ y[j CONSTANTINE TROYON, . . Paris ^^ 

Horn, 1810. Died, 1S65. Medals, 1838, 1840, 1S46, 1S48, 1855. Legion of Honor, 
1849. 



No. 161 

Lady of the Seventeenth Century 
) 7 I M. WEBER, . . . Munich 

No. 162 

Early Morning in Dutchess County \ 

I I UAKLl^lUN WIGGINS, . New York 



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Landscape 
NAReiSSE VIRGILE DIAZ DE LA PENA, Paris 



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Born at Bordeaux in 1S07. Died, 1876. Medals, 1844, 1S46, 184S. Cross of the 
Legion of Honor, 1851. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists, 1878. 



No. 164 

Ladies and Dog 
ADOLPHE MONTICELLI (deceased), . Paris 

X J wBorn in Marseilles, 1824. Pupil of Raymond Aubert and of Diaz. Died, 1886. 



No. 165 

October 
J. QUENTON, . ^' . '. ' London 

No. 166 

Flowers 
AUGUSTIN THEODULE RIBOT, Paris 



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Born at Breteuil, 1823. Pupil of Glaize. Medals, 1864, 1865, 1878. Legion of 
Honor, 1878. 



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No. 167 

Gaffer and Gamer 
R WAHLE, . Muni(:h 

No. 168 

Landscape with Cattle ///n) 

l^/^CARLETON WIGGINS, . New York 

No. 169 



Bov Fishino- 
NARCISSR VIRGtLE'blAZ DE LA PENA, Paris 



6) Cj" A Bom at Bordeaux. 1807. of parents who had been exiled from Spain on account of 
political troubles. Medals, 1844, 1846, 1S4S. Cross of the Legion of Honor, 
1851^ Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists. Died from the bite of a 
viper, 1876. 



No. 170 

/^7 Longing y^.u 

JEAN BAPTISTE GREUZE, . Paris 

' ' •' Bom at Toumus, 1725. Died at Paris, 1S05. This beautiful and characteristic 

e.xample of Greuze was painted in 1769, for M. de la Live de TuUy, and was sold 
, in the celebrated Paulmier collection. 



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No. 171 ^ 

The End of the Day 

(Painted 1886.) 



HENRI LEROLLE, . . ^^^ . . Paris 

Pupil of La Mothe. Medals, 1S79, 1880. See " Cyclopedia of Painters and Paint- 
ings," Vol. III., page 67, and Vol. IV., page 48 3. 

THE END OF THE DAY 

They walk together side by side 
Beneath the veil of eventide. 
The toil and tension of the day 
Make listless feet along the way. 

The harvest moon hangs sad and low 
Above the dusky afterglow, 
And casts the silver of its shield 
Athwart the gleaner's ripened field. 

They walk together — homeward bent — 
Mute, and with musing thoughts intent, 
Or hum a song of " love and peace " 
In the far-off Hesperides. 
i 5 ^'V Stephen Henry Thayer. 

Sleepy Hollow, 1888. 



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No. 172 
The Judge 

(Drawing.) , 

LOUIS LEOPOLD BOILLY, . Paris 

Born, 1761. Died, 1845. See "Cyclopedia I'ainters and Paintings," Yol. I., 
page 173. 



No. 173 
Street Scene in Paris 

(\Yater Color.) 

EUGENE CICERI 




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No. 174 
Courage and Fear 

(Water Color.) 

VICTOR NEHLIG New York 

Pupil of Cogniet and Pijol, in Paris. Elected Member National Academy. 1870. 



No. 175 
Fishing Boats 

(Drawing.) 

EDOUARD MANET, .... Paris 

Bom, 1833. Died, 1SS3. Pupil of Contoure. Founder of the School of Impres- 
sionists Medal, 1S81. Legion of Honor, 1S82. 



No. 176 



Moonlight 



(Water Color.) 

LAURENT CAPEL Paris 



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No. 177 
Waiting 

(Drawing.) 

GEORGE H. BOUGHTON. London 

Elected National Academy, iSyr. Associate Royal Academy, 1 879. 



No. 178 
Landscape 

(Water Color.) 

ANTOINE BENNET, .... Paris 



No. 179 

Winter , | 

(Water Color.) 

L. OCHTMAN New York 



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No. 180 

Pen-and-ink Sketches 
HORACE VERNET, .... Paris 

No. 181 
Le Billet cle Lodgement 

(Oil Painting.) 

J. A. WALKER Paris 

No. 182 
Landscape — Environs of Tours. 

(Oil Painting.) 

P. E. RUDELL Paris / ^V 



No. 183 
A Zulu 

(Oil Painting.) 

A. AURELLI Florence 

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No. 184 
Venus Rising from the Sea 

(Water Color.) 

/I 
CHARLES CHAPLIN, ... Paris 

Pupil i'^cole des Beaux Arts. Medals, 1S51, 1852, 1S55. Legion of Honor, 1865. 
Officer Legion of Honor. 1877. 



\v, ,85 
Landscape and Sheep 

(Pen-and-ink Drawing). 

;rGF,\F, J.VHRPOHCKHOVEN rnFC-nv RrusseK 

Bom, 1799. Died, I S8 1. Chevalier of the Order of Leopold of Belgium. Chevalier 
of the Order of Michael of Bavaria. Chevalier of the Order of Christ of Portu- 
gal. Decorated with the Iron Cross. Member of the Academies of Belgium, 
Antwerp and St. Petersburg. Medal.s. 1^24. and First-class, 1S41. Cross of 
the Legion of Honor, 1S45. Medal. 1S55 {£x/>osifiofi CttizrrsiiU). Hors 
Coucoiirs. 



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No. 186 
Landscape — Ploughing 

(Drawing.) 

( HARLES EMILE JACQUE, . . Paris 

Born at Paris, May 23(1, 1813. First President of the French Society of Animal 
Painters. For Designs, Medals, 1851, 1861 and 1863. Cross of the Legion of 
Honor, 1867. Medal, 1867 {Exposition Universelle). For Paintings, Medals, 
1 86 1, 1863 and 1864. Hors Concours. 

No. 187 
Landscape 

(Drawing.) 

CHARLES EMILE JACQUE, . . Paris 

Born at Paris, 1813. First President of the French Society of Animal Painters. For 
Designs, Medals, 1851, 1861 and 1863. Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1S67. 
Medal, 1867 {Exposition Universelle). For Paintings, Medals, 1S61, 1S63 and 
1864. Hors Concours. 

No. 188 
Coming Out of the Stable 

(Drawing.) 

CONSTANTINE TROYON, . . . Paris 

Born, 1810. Died, 1865. Medals. 1S38, 1840, 1846, 184S, 1855. Legion of Honor, 
1849; 



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No. 189 
A Bavarian Peasant 

(Drawing.) 

RICHARD CREIFELDS, New York 



No. 190 
Water Carriers 

(Oil Painting.) 



H. BOMPAZZI, 



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Florence 



No. 191 
The Old Homestead 



(Water Color.) 



W. REYNOLDS, 



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London 



No. 192 
Marine 

(Drawing.) 

L. G. E. ISABEY (deceased), 



Paris 



Bom, 1804. Died, 1886. Medals, 1824, 1827, 1S55. Legion of Honor, 1S32. 
Officer, 1852. 



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No. 193 
Washed up b}^ the Sea 

(Water Color.) 

WM. CLARKSON STANFIELD, . London 

No. 194 
Venetian Scene 

(Oil Painting.) 

WILLIAM GEDNEY BUNCE, New York ^ ^ ^ 

Born in Hartford, Conn., 1842. Pupil of Andreas Achenbach, Wm. Hart and P. 
J. Clays. 

No. 195 



Interior — A Corner of a Stud 



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(Oil Painting.) i 

J. BEAUFAIN IRVING, . . New York 

Born, 1826. Died, 1877. A.N. A., 1869. N.A., 1872. 



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No. 196 
A Pair of Terriers 

(Oil Painting.) 

GEORGE ARMFIELD, . London 

Pupil of Sir Edwin Landseer. 



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No. 197 
After the Rain 

(Oil Painting.) 

GEORGE H. BOGERT. . . New York Ji^ 

No. 198 
Bavarian Girl 

(Oil Painting.) 

RUDOLPH EPP Munich ^ 

Born at Eberbach, Baden, 1S34. Pupil of the Carlsruhe Academy under Desconde.s. 



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No. 199 
Return of the Foragers 

(Oil Painting.) 

JULES FERRY, I^aris 



Born -at Bordeaux. Pupil of Cabanel. Honorable Mention, Paris. 



No. 200 



English Landscape 



(Oil Painting.) 

PATRICK NASMYTH, . . . London, 

Born, 17S7. Died, 1S31. Works in National Academy. See "Cyclopedia Paint- 
ers and Paintings," Vol. III., page 32S. 



No. 201 
A Storm at Sea 

i^OW Painting.) 

BONAVENTURA PEETERS, . . Antwerp 

Born, 1614. Died, 1652. See '* Cyclopedia Painters and Paintings," Vol. III., page • 
410. 



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No. 202 
Girl's Head 

(Drawing.) 

PIERRE PAUL PRUD'HON (deceased), Paris 

Bom, 175S. Died, 1823. Pupil l' Nicole dcs Beaux Arts. Grand Prize of Rome. 
17S2. See " Cyclopedia Painters and Painling^s," Vol. III., page 4S0. 

No. 203 
Landscape 

(Drawing.) 

LEON AUGUSTIN LHERMITTE, . Paris 

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Born, 1844. Medals, 1874, 1880. Legion of Honor, 1884. 

No. 204 
Cattle 

(Drawing ) 



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(MARIE) ROSA BONHEUR, . . Paris 

I^orn at Bordeaux, 1822. Medals. 1845, 184S, 1S55, 1S67. Legion of Honor, 1865. 
Member Antwerp Institute, 186S. Cross of the Order of Leopold, 18S0. Com- 
mander's Cross Isabella the Catholic, 1880. 



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No. 205 
The Arab Singer 



(Water Color.) 

L. CASANOVA, . . ^{^ 

Brother and pupil of Antonio Casanova. 



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A. CORRELLI, 



No. 206 
Waiting 

(Water Color.) 



Florence 



No. 207 
Going Home 

(Water Color.) 

ANTON. MAUVE (deceased), 



The Hague 



Born at Zaandam, 1838. Died, 188S. Pupil of Van Os. Member of the Dutch 
Society of Arts and Sciences, and the Societe des Aguarellistcs Beiges, and a 
Knight of the Order of Leopold. Recipient of Medals at Philadelphia, Am- 
sterdam, Vienna, Antwerp and Paris. 



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No. 208 



Landscape 

(Drawing.) 

LEON AUGUSTIN LHERMITTE, . Paris 

Born, 1844. Medals, 1874, 1S80. Legion of Honor, 1884. 

No. 209 
Girl's Head 

(Drawing.) / ^^ 

JEAN BAPTISTE GREUZE, . Paris 

No. 210 
Attacked by the Indians 

(Drawing.) 

F. O. C. DARLEY, New York 



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No. 21 I 

Landscape 

(Drawing.) 

LEON AUGUSTIN LHERMITTE, . Paris 

Born, 1844. Medals, 1874, 1880. Legion of Honor, 1884. 

No. 212 
The Sheep Shearers 

(Drawing.) 

JEAN FRANCOIS MILLET. . . . Paris 

Born, 1814. Died, 1875. Medals, 1853, 1864, 1867. Legion of Honor, 1S6S. 

No. 213 
A Village on the Hillside 

(Drawing.) 

J. GURNER FISHER, . . . New York 



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No. 214 




A Summer Day 




(Drawing.) 




J. GURNER FISHER, 


New York 


No. 215 




Still Life 




(Oil Painting.) 


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No. 216 
Old Japanese Incense Burner 

No. 217 
Fox, . . , . P. J. M(^ne 

No. 218 
A Terrier, . . . R J. Mdne 

No. 219 
^ The Setter, .... Fratin 

No. 220 
I Deer and Fawn, . . P. J. Mdn6 



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No. 221 

Chasing Hounds, . . . Fratin 

No. 222 

Old Japanese Bronze \^ase 

No. 223 
Horse, . . . . P. J. Mene 

No. 224 
Maternal Affection, . P. J. Mene 

No. 225 
Youthful Bacchus (verv old Bronze) 

No. 226 

Stag Caught bv the Antlers, Jacquemart 



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No. 227 
Sheep and Lamb, . . P. J. Mene 

No. 228 
The Combat, . . . P. J. Mene 

No. 229 
Dancing Figure, . . .A. Carrier 

No. 230 
Lion, ..... Fratin 

No. 231 
Lioness, ..... Fratin 

No. 232 
The Bull (rare old Bronze) 



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No. 233 
Lion Crushing Serpent, . A. L. Barye 

'IMie greatest genius in modeling oi the 19th Century. 

No. 234 
Horse, . . . . A. L. Barye 

Full of power and action. 

No. 235 
Group, ..... Clodion 

No. 236 
After the Bath 

No. 237 
Do^, . . . . A. L. Barye 



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No. 238 
The Heron 

From the sale of the Bonaparte Collection. 

No. 239 
Spartacus, . , . . . David 

No. 240 
Mythological Subject, . . David 

No. 241 
Diana 

No. 242 
Venus and Dolphin 

(Rare old Roman Bronze.) 



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J he Rescue, . 



T. 1. Jaccji 



No. 244 
1 heseus and Minotaur, . A. L. Bar^ 

Born in Paris, 1795. Died, 1S75. Medals, 1831. Legion of Honor, 1833. < Mi 
of the Legion of Honor, 1855. Member of the Institute of France, 186S. 

This group is specially mentioned by Albert Wolf, the critic, as one of the strot 
productions of this genius. 

AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, 

Managers.